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'First Do No Harm: the implications of the Paterson Inquiry and Cumberlege Report'

Dr Alex Harkins will provide a fascinating presentation covering the actions of the rogue surgeon, Ian Paterson, sentenced to 20 years in prison for repeatedly assaulting patients, mainly in the private sector, and the results of the Cumberlege Report into patient safety that followed.

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'First Do No Harm: the implications of the Paterson Inquiry and Cumberlege Report'
'First Do No Harm: the implications of the Paterson Inquiry and Cumberlege Report'

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17 Jun 2021, 19:00 – 20:00

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About the event

Dr Alexandra Harkins MA MBBS MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFSRH PGCE 

 

Dr Alexandra Harkins is the Responsible Officer for the Independent Doctors Federation. Previously she was the Primary Care Medical Director and Lead Appraiser at Health Management Ltd in the City and a member of the company’s Wider Leadership team and Clinical Governance Group. Prior to her role as Responsible Officer Alex was an appraiser for the IDF, an appraiser of Responsible Officers for NHS England and an appraiser for Public Health England. She also sat on the IDF Appraisal Committee from 2013 to 2015. Alex is currently a specialist advisor for CQC and an appraiser of NHS GPs in North West London. Outside of work Alex enjoys family life with her husband and two children. 

Dr Harkins will provide a fascinating presentation covering the actions of the rogue surgeon, Ian Paterson, sentenced to 20 years in prison for repeatedly assaulting patients, mainly in the private sector. She will also update the society on the results of the Cumberlege Report into patient safety that followed including the ongoing use of pelvic mesh.

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  • Lecture Only

    The lecture is free to all guests and starts at 7pm. As an online meeting we have a limited capacity of 100 so please only reserve a place if you're available to attend and don't forget to add the event to your diary.

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